Premier Inn Stevenage Central
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... their instruments. Maybe they were the reserve team. As punishment, they left the reserve team standing in front of little boxes inside the palace gates. No sooner had they gone out the back, possibly for a cuppa or a barbie, than another band comes marching up another street. These blokes must have been deployed in the Arctic as they had nice red coats on with the fluffiest of hats that would keep anyone's ears warm. These also had a number of blokes behind them dressed the ...
... at the regal place and took more pictures. The place is huge, so we were escorted to our assigned seats on Center Court. There we observed three matches: Radwanska vs. Dellacqua, Grigor Dimitrov vs. Luke Saville, and Novak Djokovic vs. Radek Stepanek. If you were under a rock July 6th, Djokovic took home the Men’s Championship and Petra Kvitova claimed the Women’s trophy.
We headed to The Wimbledon Shop to ...
... it would be easier, but those first 119 on the fire escape, all I wanted to do was sit on my butt and go one by one. Then for the rest you get so dizzy going in circles the stairs start to blend and you worry you'll miss a step, I'm sure rolling is a much faster way down but probably not so pleasant.
Next stop, London Bridge. It looked like a 20 minute walk from the top of the dome so I just headed in again what seemed like the right direction. Rained for most the walk but I was ...
... warm, caramelised nuts! The walk along the northern bank of the Thames was nice. Westminster soon coming into view. We stopped off for our second exhibition of the day - Isabella Blow at Somerset House. (Visiting exhibitions is very unusual for me and now two in a day!!). Again, with some free tickets (and avoiding another £12.50 entrance fee and a very long queue to get in). This exhibition was a bit different - mostly a display of Isabella's wardrobe and some of the ...
... well done Nick!
There was a bit of competition between me and my uncle to eat the most potatoes... and I think Les won.
Hey, you can't win them all.
We didn't starve, and a great time was had by all.
We watched the movie 'UP', and the kids made a snowman, as it snowed most of the day!!
Les was careful to give us good instructions of how to get up to Hazel's home... I hope the roads will be OK....